Getting To Know: Bronson McDonald

Oct. 26, 2005

Bronson McDonald

Sport: Men's Soccer
Year: Senior
Height: 5-10
Hometown: Kingston, Jamaica
High School:Phillips Academy


What people don't know about me is:
I write poetry and lyrics.

If I could add one team to the schedule it would be:

The reason I love soccer is:
The chemistry.

A friend from another college soccer team:
Ryan Johnson, Oregon State.

Favorite movie:

Favorite midnight snack:
Beans and cheese.

If I had to cook all of my meals, I'd probably survive on:
Jerk chicken, rice, and peas.

Sports teams I followed when I was younger:
Chicago Bulls, Atlanta Braves, and Buffalo Bills

My parents were right when they told me:
'If a job is worth doing, it's worth doing right'.

Listening to, and making reggae, dancehall, and hip hop music.

My most prized possession is:
My car.

If you were going on a road trip and could only take one cd, which one would you take:
'Natural Mystic' - Bob Marley.

The place I'd most like to visit:

The best advice I ever received was:
: 'Don't expect anything from anyone'.

Opponent you would most like to beat:

My favorite pre-game ritual:
Some quiet time alone.

Favorite actor:
Denzel Washington.

Favorite actress:
Halle Berry.

After my Stanford career is over, I'd like to be remembered as:
The athlete who improved most over four years.

Since coming to Stanford I have learned:
To surround myself with people who are dedicated to achieving similar goals.

One moment in history I wish I could have seen:
Bob Marley's performance at the One Love Peace Concert.

After my Stanford career is over, I'd like to be remembered as:

The reason I chose Stanford University is:
Good school, good soccer, good friends.

Favorite Food:

Least Favorite Food:
Anythng with horseradish.

Favorite sport other than soccer:

The favorite place I've visited:

Best book I have read:
'Born Fi Dead'

Two people in history I admire most are:
My father, Tupac Shakur

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